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How can an Incident Response Plan Improve Cybersecurity?

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How can an Incident Response Plan Improve Cybersecurity?   Cybersecurity has been a headline recently more than ever. Why may you wonder? Currently, a major part of our society’s progress is developing hand in hand with technology and data. With that being said we are becoming more vulnerable in digital space. Hackers have gained ground […]

The Difference between the Security Operations Center (SOC) & Network Operations Center (NOC)

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The Difference between the Security Operations Center (SOC) & Network Operations Center (NOC)   Work in cybersecurity field is full of surprises every day. In information security, just as on a football field, if you do not understand formations, play calling, and tendencies of your opponents, then you will not be able to understand the […]

Incident Response Automation and Orchestration is on Fire!

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Incident Response Automation and Orchestration is on Fire!   Incidents are the first indication that there is a problem in the network. They are often precursors to a much more serious disaster, if not responded accordingly. If the incident response (IR) is not planned and executed effectively, the results can be catastrophic. When an incident […]

Security Operations Center and Their Role in Keeping Organizations Safe PT.2

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Security Operations Center and Their Role in Keeping Organizations Safe PT.2 In our last post, we talk about the benefits, functions, and tasks of the Security Operations Center (SOC). We are continuing to share our ideas about the benefits of a well-developed SOC. SOC’s main task indications that something is wrong in the network and […]

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